|Day Low/High||192.41 / 202.63|
|52 Wk Low/High||22.16 / 225.45|
A long list of tech companies have taken advantage of favorable credit and/or equity markets in recent weeks.
I believe the macro headwinds of rising unemployment will dampen buyers enthusiasm for the stock.
Charts that look at a longer time frame offer bullish signals for the shares of the online car retailer.
From auto parts to car auctions and online sales, these stocks could put more pep in your portfolio.
The stock has had a good run, but some recent chart developments are worth pointing out.
CVNA reports earnings tonight, it's sitting at all-time highs, and the stock has barely paused in its climb since mid-February.
Don't get carried away with bearish bets before enough information arises.
CarMax report serves as warning for new auto sales, but potential good news for car-sharing companies.
Let's kick the tires a bit this morning.
These names are showing technical characteristics of either bullish or bearish reversal patterns over the past week.
Carvana is going down and the only question is how far.
Many traders fear missing out on stocks of money-losing companies that climb anyway; don't be one of them.
RAD suffers not only from concerns that Amazon is taking business but it has no growth and is barely breaking even.
Carvana CEO Ernie Garcia isn't worried about Amazon's auto business.
As the immigration debate takes center stage, public company CEOs are speaking out.
Online used car marketplace Carvana isn't worried about steel and aluminum tariffs.
This isn't the same Walmart as 5 years ago, which should scare rivals Kroger and Target.
Carvana shares slumped Friday following its debut as a public company on the New York Stock Exchange.